Distressed Hardwood Flooring Pros And Cons
Distressed hardwood floors have a natural look. The installation of these floors provides the unique personality of the floor. The texture, color and grain variations of these floors bring out a rustic charm. The pros and cons of distressed hardwood floors are mentioned below:
- Appearance: The distressed hardwood floors provide a rustic charm appearance due to its texture and grain variations. It has rings and knots that highlight its appearance.
- Easy To Repair: If there exists any scratch on the hardwood floor surface then it can be easily repaired.
- Hides Dirt And Dust: The distressed floors have a matte finish which helps to hide the dust and dirt that builds up on the floor.
- Not Environment-Friendly : The distressed floors are not safe for the environment because the chemicals and dyes used in these floors are not safe to use.
- Expensive: These type of hardwood floors are very costly as compared to solid hardwood floors. If the customer wants to purchase the hardwood floors with a distressed look and within the budget, then options are engineered hardwood, laminate, and luxury vinyl because these floors have a distressed look.
- Resale Value: The installation of the distressed floor can affect the customer when it comes to selling the home as the designs keep on changing.